35mm F1.4 Art + MC-11 Mount Converter Kit

Standard Lenses, USB Dock Compatible, Lens Kits, MC-11 Compatible
Art
Creative, Travel, Landscape, Wedding & Events, Family, Specialty
#ZH
This product is discontinued.
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Tech Specs

SPECIFICATIONS- SIGMA 35mm F1.4 DG HSM Art

Lens Construction 13 Elements in 11 Groups
Angle of View 63.4º
Number of Diaphragm Blades 9
Mininum Aperture f16
Minimum Focusing Distance 30 cm / 11.8 in
Filter Size (mm) 67mm
Maximum Magnifications 1:5.2
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
 77mm x 94mm /3in x 3.7in
Weight 665g / 23.5oz.
Corresponding Mounts
Sigma HSM
DG 
Nikon HSM
DG
Canon HSM
DG
Sony/Minolta HSM
DG
Pentax HSM
DG

HSM - Hyper-Sonic Motor
DG - DG for Digital

 

* PENTAX SFX and SF7 cannot be used.
* Nikon and Pentax mounts do not have an aperture ring. Some functions may not work depending on the camera model.
*1 If the camera body does not support HSM, auto focus will not be available. 

* The appearance, specifications, and the like of the product are subject to change for improvement without notice.

MTF CHART 

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